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JTV 08-Oct-18
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From: JTV
08-Oct-18

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Brett Kavanaugh is on his way to SCOTUS, and just look who/what he has hired ....

https://www.dailywire.com/news/36839/kavanaughs-first-action-supreme-court-justice-james-barrett

From: JTV
08-Oct-18

JTV's Link
http://theweek.com/speedreads/800702/brett-kavanaugh-just-hired-supreme-courts-first-all-women-law-clerk-team

From: Huntcell
08-Oct-18
Hmmmm This wouldn’t look good according to the Demons,

Of course they tried to warn us he is just, “Filling the stable......”

From: JTV
08-Oct-18
All those that have worked with him before, say he is a great person to work for and give him praise .. this is a great beech slap to those lousy dems ...lol ..

From: Annony Mouse
08-Oct-18
Best headline:

First Day On Job, Kavanaugh Hires More Black Law Clerks Than RBG In Her Whole Tenure

In other words, he actually lives his creed, unlike Ginsburg.

Via Daily Caller:

Justice Brett Kavanaugh has hired a black law clerk for his new chambers at the U.S. Supreme Court, matching Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s record of African-American clerkship hiring during her tenure on the nation’s highest judicial tribunal.

With his first clerkship hires, Kavanaugh also set a gender composition record, an apparent attempt to buck the high court’s hiring patterns, which tend to favor white, male graduates of elite law schools.

Since joining the high court in 1993, Ginsburg has hired over 100 law clerks, just one of whom is black.

Ginsburg’s hiring practices have been criticized for decades. During her 1993 confirmation hearings, GOP Sen. Orrin Hatch of Utah asked Ginsburg if a court might reasonably conclude that a small business in a majority black city that hired 57 white employees and zero black employees over a period of years was discriminatory. Ginsburg dodged, before Hatch pointed out that was in fact her own record of clerkship hiring in her 13 years on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

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